Bright Before Sunrise by Tiffany Schmidt | Book Review

You ever just take the plunge and start reading a book that you do not entirely know a whole lot about because you haven’t really read a whole lot of reviews of said book? I rarely do this. When browsing through my eARC shelf, I just felt so drawn to the giant moon cover of Bright […]

The Weight Of Water | Sarah Crossan | Book Review

I was lucky enough to have the privilege of attending a brunch held by Bloomsbury Children’s at BEA. Aside from the best donuts ever and some delicious mimosas, one of the more notable things about the breakfast was that we got to pick through some ARCs and the way awesome publicists told us a little […]

Vlog Review: Read, Recommend, Remember For Teens by Rachelle Rogers Knight

So,  I thought a vlog would be a better way to review Read, Recommend, Remember For Teens by Rachelle Rogers Knight, as it is so visual. The book is divided into different sections: Awards And Notable Lists, To Read, Journal Pages, Recommendations, Loaner Lists, Resources Yes, that is Billy Joel in the background. That’s how […]

Review of Alicia, Afterimage by Lulu Delacre

Alicia, Afterimage by Lulu Delacre is such a hard book to review because it is based on a true story and on a real person who died. I will be upfront and say I did not like this book. Alicia, Afterimage by Lulu Delacre is a book comprised of recollections of this girl, Alicia who dies in […]

Review of Poetry Speaks: Who I Am edited by Elise Paschen

First things first, Happy National Poetry Month! I thought I would kick off my own personal celebration of poetry by reviewing Poetry Speaks: Who I Am. I think poetry is such an amazing outlet for healthy expression. I honestly don’t know where I would be if I was not a member of poetry club in […]